简明英汉词典

in common
adv.
共有

美国传统词典[双解]

common
com.mon
AHD:[k?m“…n]
D.J.[6k%m*n]
K.K.[6k$m*n]
adj.(形容词)
com.mon.ercom.mon.est缩写 com.

(1)

Belonging equally to or shared equally by two or more; joint:
共同的:平等地属于两个或两个以上或由他们分享的;共同的:
common interests.
共同利益

(2)

Of or relating to the community as a whole; public:
公共的:属于或有关整个社团的;公众的:
for the common good.See Usage Note at mutual
为公共利益参见 mutual

(3)

Widespread; prevalent.
普及的;普遍的

(4)

Occurring frequently or habitually; usual.
通常的:经常地或习惯地出现的;通常的

(5)

Most widely known; ordinary:
一般的:最广泛地被知道的;寻常的:
the common housefly.
普通家蝇

(6)

Having no special designation, status, or rank:
普通的:没有特殊的标志、地位或等级的:
a common sailor.
一位普通的水手

(7)

Not distinguished by superior or noteworthy characteristics; average:
不突出的:没有优良的或值得注意的特性来区别的;平均的:
the common spectator.
普通观众

(8)

Of no special quality; standard:
标准的:无特别质量的;标准:
common procedure.
标准工序

(9)

Of mediocre or inferior quality; second-rate:
普通或低劣质量的;二流的:
common cloth.
次等的布料

(10)

Unrefined or coarse in manner; vulgar:
粗野的,下流的:在礼仪上未改进或精粗俗的;粗俗的:
behavior that branded him as common.
在他身上打下烙印的粗俗行为

(11)

Grammar
【语法】

(12)

Either masculine or feminine in gender.
阴性的或阳性的

(13)

Representing one or all of the members of a class; not designating a unique entity.
非特定的:代表某一种类的所有成员或其中一个的;不标志唯一存在的
n.Abbr. com.(名词)缩写 com.

(1)

commons The common people; commonalty.
commons 普通老百姓;平民

(2)

commons (used with a sing. or pl. verb)
commons (与单数或复数动词连用)

(3)

The political class composed of commoners.
由平民组成的政治阶层

(4)

The parliamentary representatives of this class.
下议院议员

(5)

Often Commons See House of Commons
常作 Commons 参见 House of Commons

(6)

A tract of land, usually in a centrally located spot, belonging to or used by a community as a whole:
共有地:一片陆地,通常处于中央位置,作为整体属于社团或由社团使用:
a band concert on the village common.
在村内的公共场地上的乐队音乐会

(7)

The legal right of a person to use the lands or waters of another, as for fishing.
共有权:一人使用另一人的土地和水域的合法权力,例如捕鱼

(8)

commons (used with a sing. verb)A building or hall for dining, typically at a university or college.
commons (与单数动词连用)大学内的餐厅:吃饭用的建筑或大厅,通常在大学或学院

(9)

Common stock.
普通股

(10)

Ecclesiastical A service used for a particular class of festivals.
【基督教会】 特殊节庆的仪式

习惯用语

in common
Equally with or by all.
一样,同样:与所有的都相同地

语源

(1)

Middle English commune
中古英语 commune

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin comm?s * see mei- 1
源自 拉丁语 comm?s *参见 mei- 1

继承用法

commonly
adv.(副词)

commonness
n.(名词)

参考词汇

(1)

commonordinaryfamiliarvulgar

(2)

These adjectives describe what is generally known or frequently encountered.
这些形容词表示普遍知道或常常遇到的。

(3)

Common applies to what is customary, takes place often, is widely used, or is well known:
Common 用于是通常的、常发生的、广泛使用或众所周知的:
a common problem;
共同的问题;
a common thief;
普通的小偷;
the common dandelion. The term also suggests lack of distinction and can imply coarseness or crudeness:
普通的蒲公英。 此词条也暗示缺乏区别并能意指粗劣或未加工:
drank wine of the commonest sort;
最为普遍的饮用葡萄酒;
had a very common look about him.
他有着很普通的外表。

(4)

Ordinary describes what is of the usual kind and is not distinguished in any way from others. In the latter sense it is sometimes derogatory:
Ordinary 指种类普通且不能从其他中加以区别的。在后一意义上,它有时是贬义的:
A ballpoint pen is adequate for most ordinary purposes.
原珠笔适合最普通的用途。
The violinist gave a very ordinary performance marked by an occasional memory lapse.
小提琴手因偶然记忆失误表现很平常。

(5)

Familiar applies to what is well known or quickly recognized through frequent occurrence or regular association:
Familiar 用于指普遍知道的或通过经常出现或正常联系迅速认识到的:
a nursery rhyme familiar to most children;
儿歌为多数小孩所熟悉;
sang all the old familiar songs.
唱所有古老而熟悉的歌谣。

(6)

Vulgar describes what is associated with the great mass of people:
Vulgar 描述的是与大多数人们相联系的:
“He [Shakespeare] was not something sacred and aloof from the vulgar herd of men” (William Hazlitt). The word usually connotes the lack of refinement of common :
“他 不是来自粗俗的牧羊人的神圣且冷淡的东西” (威廉·海斯利特)。此单词常暗示着common 的缺乏教养:
Slurping soup directly from the bowl is vulgar. See also Synonyms at general
直接从碗里咕嘟咕嘟地喝汤是粗俗的 参见同义词 general

现代英汉综合大辞典

common
[5kCmEn]
adj.

(1)

普通的, 一般的, 流行的

(2)

公共的

(3)

联合的, 团结的

(4)

常见的; 达到常规标准的; 足够的

(5)

粗俗的; 劣等的

(6)

【数】公[通]约的

(7)

声名狼籍的

(8)

陈腔滥调的;【语】通性的, 通(格)的

(9)

[方]易接近的, 不拘礼节的
the common people
老百姓
common knowledge
常识
common characteristic
共同特点
make a common cause against enemy
协力抵抗敌人
common beam
标准天平; 标准
the common honesty to face it
以足够的诚实来面对它
a common saying
俗话
a common make of commodities
劣等的商品
a common thief
一个声名狼籍的小偷
The common man in every country is anxious for world peace.
每个国家的老百姓都渴望世界和平。
Snow is common in cold countries.
在寒冷的国家雪是常见的。

词性变化

common
[5kCmEn]
n.

(1)

公地

(2)

普通股

(3)

pl.
]平民

(4)

[常用复](=House of Commons)[英]下议院

(5)

pl.
]公共食物; 公用餐桌; (英国某些大学的)定额食粮; 公共食堂

(6)

(=right of common)对别人土地的使 用权
Extra shares of common will be sold publicly.
额外的普通股份将公开出售。

继承用法

common-base
n.
共用底座; 共基极

common-carrier
n.
运输公司; 公用事业公司

common-channel
n.
同频信道

common-collector
n.
共集电极

common-emitter
n.
共发射极

common-factor
n.
公因子, 公因数

common-law
adj.
习惯法的

common-sense
adj.
明白的, 有常识的, 一望而知的

commonly
[5kRmEnlI]
adv.

commonness
n.

习惯用语

be (put) on short commons
吃不饱, 被减食

Doctors' C-
【史】伦敦民事律师公会

have nothing in common (with)
(与...)没有共同之处

in common
共同, 共同享有的, 共同使用的

in common with
和…一样

out of (the) common
不寻常的, 特殊的

common or garden
[谑]平常的, 普通的, 老一套的

特殊用法

analog common
模拟共用

blank common
(计算机)空白公共区

capital stock common
普通股本

inner tangent common
【数】内公切线

international common
国际公地

labeled common
有标号公用块

partial common
【信】部分共用

parts common
通用零件, 通用备件

common of estovers
木材采伐权

common of pasture
放牧权

参考词汇
common     ordinary     general    
都含“普通的”意思。
common强调“常见的”、“ 不足为奇的”, 如:Colds are common in winter.感冒在冬天很常见。ordinary强调“平常的”、“平淡无奇的”, 如:His ordinary supper consists of only bread and milk. 他通常的晚餐不过是面包和牛奶。general意为“普遍的”、“一般的”, 如:This book is intended for the general reader, not for the specialist. 这本书是为一般读者写的, 不是为专家写的。

美国传统词典

common
com.mon
AHD:[k?m“…n]
D.J.[6k%m*n]
K.K.[6k$m*n]
adj.
com.mon.er, com.mon.estAbbr. com.

(1)

Belonging equally to or shared equally by two or more; joint:
common interests.

(2)

Of or relating to the community as a whole; public:
for the common good.See Usage Note at mutual

(3)

Widespread; prevalent.

(4)

Occurring frequently or habitually; usual.

(5)

Most widely known; ordinary:
the common housefly.

(6)

Having no special designation, status, or rank:
a common sailor.

(7)

Not distinguished by superior or noteworthy characteristics; average:
the common spectator.

(8)

Of no special quality; standard:
common procedure.

(9)

Of mediocre or inferior quality; second-rate:
common cloth.

(10)

Unrefined or coarse in manner; vulgar:
behavior that branded him as common.

(11)

Grammar

(12)

Either masculine or feminine in gender.

(13)

Representing one or all of the members of a class; not designating a unique entity.
n.Abbr. com.

(1)

commons The common people; commonalty.

(2)

commons (used with a sing. or pl. verb)

(3)

The political class composed of commoners.

(4)

The parliamentary representatives of this class.

(5)

Often Commons See House of Commons

(6)

A tract of land, usually in a centrally located spot, belonging to or used by a community as a whole:
a band concert on the village common.

(7)

The legal right of a person to use the lands or waters of another, as for fishing.

(8)

commons (used with a sing. verb)A building or hall for dining, typically at a university or college.

(9)

Common stock.

(10)

Ecclesiastical A service used for a particular class of festivals.

习惯用语

in common
Equally with or by all.

语源

(1)

Middle English commune

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin comm?s * see mei- 1

继承用法

commonly
adv.

commonness
n.

参考词汇

(1)

common, ordinary, familiar, vulgar

(2)

These adjectives describe what is generally known or frequently encountered.

(3)

Common applies to what is customary, takes place often, is widely used, or is well known:
a common problem;
a common thief;
the common dandelion. The term also suggests lack of distinction and can imply coarseness or crudeness:
drank wine of the commonest sort;
had a very common look about him.

(4)

Ordinary describes what is of the usual kind and is not distinguished in any way from others. In the latter sense it is sometimes derogatory:
A ballpoint pen is adequate for most ordinary purposes.
The violinist gave a very ordinary performance marked by an occasional memory lapse.

(5)

Familiar applies to what is well known or quickly recognized through frequent occurrence or regular association:
a nursery rhyme familiar to most children;
sang all the old familiar songs.

(6)

Vulgar describes what is associated with the great mass of people:
“He [Shakespeare] was not something sacred and aloof from the vulgar herd of men” (William Hazlitt). The word usually connotes the lack of refinement of common :
Slurping soup directly from the bowl is vulgar. See also Synonyms at general

英汉地质大词典

in common
n.共同的,共同地

英汉航海大词典

in common
prep.共同,共同的

英汉环境大词典

in common
n.共同的,共同地

英汉化学大词典

in common
adv.公有,有共同处

英汉经贸大词典

in common
n.共同的,共同地

英汉计算机大词典

in common
adj.共同的(公有的)

英汉能源大词典

in common
n.共同的,共同地

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